In this week’s issue of EW, Hugh Jackman will apparently be sharing his insights into X-Men movies past, imminent and future. He certainly has some clear ideas on how Wolverine should be presented on screen, and I’ll be curious to …
You might even say he’s going to Godfather it. Though I wouldn’t. Obviously.
In which Scarlett Johansson’s character catches Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character in a moment of indulgence. Maybe not a first date movie, if you don’t want some weird questions over your post-screening pie.
Added bonus: a firebreathing cheerleader.
Super powers and power aren’t the same thing, and where the pilot script for a TV version of Absolution grabbed me was where the two bang up against one another.
Sorry, folks, Only God Forgives is most certainly not another Drive.
The conclusion of the Cornetto trilogy.
New and unexpected imagery.
Picking over the first trailer for The World’s End, shot by shot. There’s an awful lot more in here than might first meet the eye.
As you’ll know if you’ve been reading my posts about this film, I’ve been waiting for more information on just the thing this Pacific Rim featurette details for us – the curious mind-melding piloting technology that they’re calling “The Drift.” …
Now, we’re calling this a TV series, and it is, I suppose, in just the sense that Netflix and Amazon have been making TV. But, as you’d expect, you’re going to need an X-Box to watch it.
What does it mean if Jurassic Park is rebooted? Actually, before we get to that, what does it mean if an actor says they think it’s going to be rebooted?
Is there a hint in this new poster for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End that, like a hopsy cross between The Faculty and The War of the Worlds, beer will be our defense against the apocalypse?
I’ll give you 2:1 that the scene at the front of this trailer is how the film opens too.
It’s going to look like the famous people are actually doing it. Shock! Horror!
I don’t know if it being a show about show has inspired this pulled-back treatment, or if it’s a desire to remind us of the calibre of talent involved.
Film 4 and Warp have cooked up a pretty daring release plan for this film. As well as rolling into UK cinemas on July 5th, it’s also going to be made available on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD and premiered on television, for free, on Film 4′s channel.